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Mission Impossible: Fallout and Disney’s Christopher Robin topped the U.S. box office this week while a Chinese film took second globally. “Box office mission accomplished as Paramount’s ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ takes the global lead for the second straight week adding $111.0 million to bring its worldwide cume to $329.5 million,” said comScore Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedia. “Notably, China’s ‘Hello Mr. Billionaire’
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Posted by: Hanna Heller in Entertainment and Lifestyle July 22, 2018 The Equilizer 2, Mama Mia! Here We Go Again, and Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation took top honors at the U.S. box office this week with the Mama Mia! and Hotel Transylvania sequels also taking the top spots globally. “Universal’s ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’ sang a powerful global
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Sequels hold the top three spots in both the United States and Global box office rankings this week. Jurrasic World: Fallen Kingdom crowns the list with Incredibles 2 and Ocean’s 8 taking second and third respectively. “Some 25 years after the original ‘Jurassic Park’ thrilled summer movie audiences, Universal Pictures’ Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opened number one at the North
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Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story topped the global and U.S. box offices this weekend. While the Deadpool sequel rose to #1 globally, Solo won the day at U.S. theaters. “Fox’s ‘Deadpool 2’ continues to draw a global audience taking in $64.9 million to win the weekend in 80 territories for a worldwide total to date of $598.6 million,” comScore’s
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Pacific Rim: Uprising debuted at #1 worldwide and in U.S. domestic ticket sales knocking Tomb Raider to #2 globally and pushing Black Panther from its top spot among U.S. movie goers. comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “The robots of Universal’s ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ had a terrific $122.5 million international debut (with a massive $65 million earned in China) while taking over
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Posted by: Hanna Heller in Entertainment and Lifestyle March 18, 2018 Warner Brothers’ Tomb Raider took over the top spot at the global box office in its debut with $108 million this weekend and a worldwide total to date of $126 million as Disney/Marvel’s Black Panther becomes the 14th highest grossing title worldwide of all-time with $1,183 million earned through Sunday.”
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